A simple cure for excessive sweating
Sweating such as excessive underarm sweating (called hyperhidrosis) can be anything from an embarrassing personal hygiene problem to a nuisance when either the sweat or anti-perspirant stains ruin favourite clothes.
The cure is Botox.
Botox is, of course, best known for reducing fine lines and wrinkles but it has also proved an excellent treatment for sweating.
Botox can block the nerves which stimulate the sweat glands and it is possible to be relieved of the effects of excessive sweat production. The effects of Bbotox can last from four to nine months depending on the site of injections.
The 15-minute treatment for excessive sweating, called hyperhidrosis, in the underarm area involves the application of 20 to 30 pin-prick injections of Botox. There are minimal side-effects and no recovery time.
Just one treatment will significantly reduce sweating for up to six months.
How does it work? Small amounts of Botox in the skin of the armpit stops nerves sending signals that control the sweating process. The sweating starts to reduce three to four days after the treatment.
Who should be interested?
The simple but very effective process is of enormous value to the obvious candidates - people who have a perspiration problem – but also to a very large number of people.
The process helps people who work in close proximity to others, like regular gym users, for instance, and personal trainers, and at the other end of the spectrum, people who are allergic to anti-perspirants.
People who regularly give presentations or have high powered jobs and meetings will benefit. It is also a popular pre-wedding treatment, but not just for the bride and groom, but for guests who, especially for summer weddings, want to avoid perspiration patches,on the important day.
The wonder of the treatment is that it is absolutely simple and really works. Make no mistake, it is a well-tested treatment for the elimination of this embarrassing problem.